Is anyone shopping or in an office? How to approach real estate in a rapidly changing economy
In a world of increasing economic uncertainty paired with the U.S. Federal Reserve’s hawkish stance on interest rates, is there a place in my portfolio for private real estate? Is the diversification and inflation mitigation that real estate investing has provided historically still relevant? Since 1983, Invesco Real Estate has navigated multiple real estate and economic cycles. These cycles have been accompanied by incredible technological innovation and major demographic shifts in living and lifestyle.
Municipals in focus: Why munis? Why now?
Join the Delaware Funds by Macquarie® Municipal Fixed Income team for an interactive discussion that will help answer some of the biggest questions on municipal bond investors’ minds.
Why Investors Are Facing Even More Market Instability
Frequent flyers are accustomed to turbulence on some flights. Indeed, many expect it. Despite such anticipation, however, the turbulence can once in a while create significant anxiety among even the most seasoned travelers.
Wall Street Banks Prep for Grim China Scenarios Over Taiwan
Global financial firms, still smarting from multi-billion dollar losses in Russia, are now reassessing the risks of doing business in Greater China after an escalation of tensions over Taiwan.
Stale Pricing and the Risk to Bond Fund Investors
Bond mutual funds trade daily and are highly liquid, but the underlying securities are often highly illiquid, trading very infrequently. This mismatch means that bond fund pricing is unreliable, creating risks, especially for buy-and-hold investors.
Fed Finally Vanquishes Stocks From Asset Allocation Throne
For years, asset allocators had it easy: Buy the biggest American tech companies and watch the returns rack up. Those days are gone, buried under a crush of central bank rate hikes that are rewriting the playbooks for investment managers across Wall Street.
The Strong Dollar Is About to Pay Some Dividends
In times like these, I’m reminded of Robert Rubin. The former US Treasury Secretary in the Clinton administration was unequivocal that a strong dollar was in the country’s best interests, and the government should be careful not to undermine trust in the currency.